Thank you all for some wonderful Shakespeare Blogs. This has indeed been a feast. Please check out some of the wonderful contributions listed below Shakespeare in a Rainbow!
Best Summative Entry- with a focus on why Shakespeare continues to be important in our own time:
Thank you Georgia!
Honest Summative Entry reflecting on the impossibility of knowing what it is to be human:
Then there are a group of fabulous entries inspired by specific sonnets:
Best Blog reflecting on Sonnet 146: https://charlottealphonso.wordpress.com/category/shakespeare-renaissance-literature/engl210-best-blog/
Best Blog reflection on Sonnet 18- “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day”:
Thank you Brendon.
Laura’s tribute to her grandfather, building on Shakespeare’s sonnet 18:
Georgia on Sonnet 146
Two of the best love/lurve poems. Thank you Lili
Fabulous summative entries
Thank you Lili (again)
Here is a great comic poem based on Marlow’s Shepherd:
Here is a fabulous exposition of Shakespeare’s vision of a controlling father. Thank you Greg: https://gregcoustasblog.wordpress.com/2019/03/31/the-wrath-of-egeus-third-blog-entry/
It is really worth reading this next to Aylin’s entry on learning how to confront a dominant male through reading Shakespeare:
Then there are bunch of really fabulous Summative Entries. See Harry’s:
And last, but certainly not least, Jacob’s https://jacobhall1246063530.wordpress.com/2019/05/06/studying-the-literature-and-culture-of-the-renaissance-has-amplified-my-understanding-of-what-it-is-to-be-human/comment-page-1/#comment-96
Enjoy! Thank you all for your intelligent and joyful work during this last semester.